Zen and the Art of Streaming Joins—The What, When and Why

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Join us for an Apache Kafka® meetup on August 22nd from 6:30pm, in Singapore. The address, agenda and speaker information can be found below. See you there!

Agenda:

7:00pm - 7:30pm: Networking, Pizza and Drinks
7:30pm - 8:15pm: Nick Dearden, Confluent
8:15pm - 8:45pm - Additional networking and Q&A

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Speaker:
Nick Dearden

Bio:
Nick is one of the masterminds and co-creators of KSQL. Nick is also a technology and product leader at Confluent, where he enjoys leveraging many years of experience in the world of data and analytic systems to help design and explain the power of a streaming platform for every business. Prior to Confluent, he led the data platform group for a leading online real-estate seller and was chief architect for a cloud-based financial analytics platform. His early career stretches all the way back through multiple data warehouse and business intelligence adventures to the green-screen days of mainframe banking systems.

Title: Zen and the Art of Streaming Joins—The What, When and Why

Abstract: One of the most powerful capabilities of both KSQL and the Kafka Streams library is that they allow us to easily express multiple “types” of join over continuous streams of data, and then have those joins be executed in distributed fashion by a self-organizing group of machines—but how many of us really understand the intrinsic qualities of a RIGHT OUTER STREAM-STREAM JOIN, SPAN(5 MINUTES, 2 MINUTES)? And what happens when that data can arrive late or out of order? In this talk we will explore the available streaming join options, covering common uses and examples for each, how to decide between them and illustrations of what’s really happening under the covers in the face of real-world data.

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